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Neighbor says Atta seemed ‘disturbed’

Sept. 11 suicide hijacker Mohamed Atta appeared “psychologically disturbed” and acted “distant” when encountered on the street, a former neighbor testified Wednesday during the retrial of a Moroccan accused of providing logistical support for the attacks. Indra Andrea Braun, 34, lived next door to Atta in a Hamburg suburb and said she saw defendant Mounir el Motassadeq visiting him. Atta was also visited by suicide pilots Ziad Jarrah and Marwan al-Shehhi and others suspected of involvement in the Sept. 11 plot, she said. Full Story

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